Red Deer Village Holiday Park is conveniently situated on the doorstep of Glasgow, just off the A80, one of Scotland’s main arterial routes to the North. The Park is also easily accessed by those without motor transport, by rail and by bus from Glasgow.
The level and spacious site is ideal for anyone looking for the ideal base for a holiday in and around West Central Scotland, or as a stopover for a few days whilst touring. Our rental fleet and reception have recently been refurbished inside and out, with our chalets exteriorly re-cladded – a new, more energy-efficient solution rather than annual painting maintenance. There are 12 hardstanding pitches with electric hookup, and 14 hardstanding pitches with electric hookup surrounded by our grass area, with tent pitches available also.
Red Deer Village Holiday Park was established over 40 years ago and the touring area of the park was established in 1988. The park was purchased by John and Ivan Hendry in 2004 and work began on completely upgrading the touring area.
John and Ivan Hendry and their staff look forward to welcoming you personally.
The natural choice for visitors for Central & Western Scotland.
Conservation and Environment AwardClick here for more
Kirkintilloch Canal Festival 2019Click here for more
Secure Entrance System
The new secure entrance system to the park is now complete and fully operational. Coded access allow visitors and residents piece of mind and a safe and secure environment for their stay. CCTV cameras are also operational at our entry.
Our Wi-Fi service is free to all guests staying at the park! Information on our Wif-Fi is available at reception.
Scottish Tourist Board 5 star rating status
We are delighted to announce that following an inspection from the Scottish Tourist Board in October 2018 we have retained our 5 star rating status. The Directors and staff are delighted with this award and will continue to ensure that the Holiday Park is maintained to that high standard. We have also now received the iKnow Scotland Award, ensuring a range of information about the local area is available to all visitors to the park.
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